In honor of National Poetry Month, WSV’s Aundrea Sayrie shares a poem she hasn’t finished and maybe never will.
“All Lives Matter” is a poem written by Three Rivers native Torrey Brown about the hypocrisy of detractors of the Black Lives Matter movement.
A poem titled “Learning to Fly” by Nancy A. Boyd.
“Sacred Space” is an excerpt from “Breathe” a chapbook by Aundrea Sayrie.
“Please excuse my blackness, I was born this way. My hair naturally curls, and the bass in my voice ain’t going away. Please excuse my blackness, I just want to buy a cigar. I’m not trying to steal anything, you are taking this too far.”
“There is an uproar in the streets for Ahmaud Arbery. Outcry turned into rejoicing as justice is now being sought. His killers admitted to ending his life in February, yet until yesterday they were free of charges, living their best lives.”
“Assault on the alphabets” written by Three Rivers native and poet Torrey Brown.
“Live on Purpose” is a poem by Phoenix, Arizona native, Three Rivers citizen and poet Aundrea Sayrie.
“News of the River” is a poem written by Three Rivers native and poet Elisabeth Wenger in honor of Watershed Voice.